please please no.
Ryanair has hinted that it may be planning to offer flyers adult entertainment in flight. The no-frills airline's chief executive, Michael O'Leary, said he'd like to launch in-flight web content, similar to that of hotel room telly offerings, The Sun reports. Ryanair O'Leary said: "I'm not talking about having it on screens …
Reporting what the Sun reports that O'Leary has said. I'd be amazed if el Reg was able to even look in the mirror
Back in the real world though, I'm sure an airline was considering scrapping the current in-flight systems and replacing it with iPad (or similar) for all, as the weight saving alone would translate into spectacular fuel/cost reductions and more than pay for itself. Cannot for the life of me remember who though, Quantas maybe?
Just have the youngest female in the aircrew topless; similar stuff works for the tabloids; same market..
But since I know the RA publicity department just loves a controversy: Maybe they can get pictures of proud mums and their school-age daughters who want to become stewardesses when they grow up.. put that in adverts along with the date of their first flight? it worked for the Sun many many years ago.
Because Hotels, and art museums, around the world have Cleaning Ladies with VIM!!!! Plus I do not need to sit next to someone partaking of a hand shandy.
Actually I think all of RyanAirs aircraft need to be quarantined immediately and given a good clean up as well given it is quite obvious that the customers are pissing and defecating all over the seats and now they are being invited to pump sexual juices all over them as well.
Mile high Dogging Club?
Hot on the heels of Virgin, R-air is beginning to prep their planes for the inevitable dash to Low-Earth-Orbit flights. To counter the issues with moving about the planes in micro-gravity, they have devised a method to cheaply apply and maintain a sticky layer on floor and seat surfaces.
...than being stuck in a cramped RyanAir cabin along with a load of fanbois w4nking with their fondleslabs.
Seriously, if iPad pr0n is what gets you off, I would have thought you'd have your own collection. Also, if RyanAir's actresses are to normal pr0n stars as their flights are to normal airlines', I imagine the movies would appeal to, er, specialist tastes only (see icon).
I got on a train from Waterloo to Portsmouth Harbour one late night a few months back. Needing to use the loo, I politely waited outside of the disabled tardis toilet as it was engaged. A few minuets later, the door slides open and me and the other passengers in the vestibule are greeted by a drunk male commuter proudly proclaiming "I just had a wank in here!" - typical Surrey commuter!
that you have deliberately chosen to provide yet another channel for free R*** advertising. They have been doing this for years, some media have fallen for it, others have embraced it (anything goes as it generates traffic). However, I thought you had higher... higher s... stan, omg, I can't keep a straight face, standards, that's it.
I once hired a new Mondeo, which had blotches of gloopy white residue on the steering wheel and dash, which I can't imagine was anything except, ahem, jus de l'homme.
I can't think what I found more offensive - that the previous customer did it (why? My god, why?), or that the valeters didn't clean it afterwards.
Anyway should O'Leary bring in in-flight pr0n I can foresee a competition to thus defile the various surfaces of the plane.
Considering how cheap LCDs are right now, I'm surprised Ryanair don't install them on every seat back and make them constantly loop adverts at you unless you pay for the privilege of some in-flight entertainment.
The currently proposal of renting fondleslabs is somewhat less annoying to the average passenger, but since when does Ryanair care about what the average passenger thinks? I give it a year; tops; before the screens go in.
Oh and the porn idea is just wrong.
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